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How to Cite
an Article using NoodleTools
Academic Search Complete
The Taft School Library
presents
11/2018
Click on
Choose Database and your article type:
Journal, Magazine, and Newspaper are the
most common types
If the database provides a
permalink or stable link to the article,
enter it into the URL field.
In the database Academic Search Complete,
click on Permalink in the Tools list.
You can also find it in the preformatted citation by
clicking on Cite.
NOTE: We do not recommend using preformatted citati...
In JSTOR,
Look for the stable link on the left below
the article information and cover image
Click on Cite this item where you will also
find it in the preformatted citation.
We do not recommend using preformatted c...
X
X
X = leave blank
You do not need
DOI number
or
Database accession number at Taft
If there is no stable URL or if it is very long and
complex, leave URL blank
and select the database name
from the pop-up ...
Complete the form with
Author’s Name
Article Title
Page numbers
Journal Title
Volume and Issue numbers
Publication Date
Click Submit
Click Save
If you are doing an annotated source list,
Click Save & add annotation
Your bibliography with your new
Journal Article citation
You can edit, copy or delete the citation
You can create and edit an annotation
Click on Footnote Format for the pop-up window
showing the format for your first footnote
and subsequent notes.
Footnote Format showing the format for your
first footnote
and subsequent notes.
Customize the example
with the exact page number of your quotation or paraphrase
and NoodleTools will autofill the footnot...
Export your bibliography to Google Docs
Your NoodleTools bibliography
In Google Docs
Questions?
Ask us or go to Help
You’ll find it in the drop-down menu
Under My account
Check out our
NoodleTools tutorials
Under HOW DO I?
NoodleTools tutorials
Under HOW DO I?
Tutorials on different source types!
and
a link to the NoodleTools Knowledge Base
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Cite an Article Using NoodleTools

  1. 1. How to Cite an Article using NoodleTools Academic Search Complete The Taft School Library presents 11/2018
  2. 2. Click on
  3. 3. Choose Database and your article type: Journal, Magazine, and Newspaper are the most common types
  4. 4. If the database provides a permalink or stable link to the article, enter it into the URL field.
  5. 5. In the database Academic Search Complete, click on Permalink in the Tools list.
  6. 6. You can also find it in the preformatted citation by clicking on Cite. NOTE: We do not recommend using preformatted citations because NoodleTools is unable to create footnotes from them. You can copy and paste the citation elements into NoodleTools though!
  7. 7. In JSTOR, Look for the stable link on the left below the article information and cover image
  8. 8. Click on Cite this item where you will also find it in the preformatted citation. We do not recommend using preformatted citations because NoodleTools is unable to create footnotes from them. You can copy and paste the citation elements into NoodleTools though!
  9. 9. X X X = leave blank You do not need DOI number or Database accession number at Taft
  10. 10. If there is no stable URL or if it is very long and complex, leave URL blank and select the database name from the pop-up list of Taft databases
  11. 11. Complete the form with Author’s Name Article Title Page numbers Journal Title Volume and Issue numbers Publication Date
  12. 12. Click Submit
  13. 13. Click Save If you are doing an annotated source list, Click Save & add annotation
  14. 14. Your bibliography with your new Journal Article citation
  15. 15. You can edit, copy or delete the citation
  16. 16. You can create and edit an annotation
  17. 17. Click on Footnote Format for the pop-up window showing the format for your first footnote and subsequent notes.
  18. 18. Footnote Format showing the format for your first footnote and subsequent notes.
  19. 19. Customize the example with the exact page number of your quotation or paraphrase and NoodleTools will autofill the footnotes above. Note: Page numbers aren’t always available in electronic sources.
  20. 20. Export your bibliography to Google Docs
  21. 21. Your NoodleTools bibliography In Google Docs
  22. 22. Questions? Ask us or go to Help You’ll find it in the drop-down menu Under My account
  23. 23. Check out our NoodleTools tutorials Under HOW DO I?
  24. 24. NoodleTools tutorials Under HOW DO I? Tutorials on different source types! and a link to the NoodleTools Knowledge Base

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